The Creek at Coochin Grove is lined with mangroves making a safe haven for crabs and water life. The Creek is thus great for fishing and crabbing. Access for boats is in special areas and the creek is mostly natural and picturesque.
Spend a relaxing day on the mangrove-lined banks of Coochin Creek. Find yourself a picnic table, fire up one of the barbecues and enjoy the water views and the forests of pink bloodwoods, paperbark tea trees and scribbly gums.
An adjoining terraced creek bank is perfect for fishing for bream, flathead and mangrove jack, or for launching your canoe or kayak to go exploring. Head to the boat ramp one kilometre upstream to launch your small boat and set out into Pumicestone passage in Moreton Bay Marine Park, famed for boating and fishing opportunities. Then sleep under the stars at the popular Coochin Creek camping area.